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EARLIMTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912
i STARTS FIRES
Several Forest Fires the Past Few
Days That Could Have
ONE STARTED BY A MAN WITH
AiPIPE. ANOTHER BY BOYS
Forest Arcs have boon too Humor
ous tho past fow da.VB to give com
fort to those owning farm or forest
lauds, and tho positive Indlcatioiip
of carelessness on tho part of person
walking about tho country makes
one wish for rain to wet down the
jjgreat mass of leaves that cover tho
,. tyeodlands. Sunday no less thau
three forcHt fires were going within
a few miles of Earllngton, but none
' dld much damage 'before thoy were
.eoutrolled. Yestordav there were
two fires, one north of Ko. 11 mine.
"This fire was started by a pedestrian
who Btdpped at a house to inquire
the way to Madisotivllle, and inci
dentally to light his pipe while he
fitood talking. He throw down a
lighted match aud in a few minutes
B spreading fire waa dimovered,
starting from whom he bad stood.
One of tho ottior fires are known to
have beeti startod by boys, who wero
C ireloss in the woods. It is a good
tlmd to be careful.
Announctsjfor Sheriff of Hopkins County
Will is Itudd Ouo of the best
known aud most influential men
in the county announces ns a cau
xiltdato for Sheriff of Hooking
lounty subject to the action of
the Democratic primary. Mr.
Rudd is a lifo lonjr Democrat aud
has always worked for the best
interest for the party. He is n
reliable and trustworthy uen tie
man aud if ho receives the nomi
nation at the hands of hisfriouds
and is elected they may rest as
lared their trust will never be
betrayed. Mr. Rudd asks for
the support and assistance of all
his Hopkins county friends in
hia race for sheriff aud
thern it will be, appreciated.
JtllL CAUSE OF
Pittsburg Manufacturr Sayj Wrongly. Bal
anced Equipment at Fault
New York, Nov. II In opinion of
E. W. Summers, manufacturer of
Pittsburg, roal cause of numerous
railroad wrecks is dtfeotivo and
wiongly balanced equipment which
does not have necessary flexibility
for increaso in train loads. High
j), spots on rails produce reaction on
N wheels sufficient to tpiead rails or
break wheel flange, or even oouse
. flanges to Jump railB, He advises
more flexible connection betwron
W.he"el truck and cat body.
OR L. GRACE
Will be at Mortons Gap. All
work done on a guarantee
Earlmgton People One-Lalf Price
Look for Me When in Hopkinsville Phone 979 Cumb.
BY DEPUTY UNITED STATES MAR
SHAL NICHOLS-HAD MADE ES
CAPE FROM DAVIESS COJUN
TY JAIL ,
.Jailer Ctiihuuu received a telegram
late 3aturduy ufteruuon from Depu
ty United States Marshal Charles
T. Nichols, at deiitttli, Mo., Saying
that ho had under arrest Charles
Nash, the Federal prisoner who,
with four other prisoners, sawed out
of jail aud made their escape on the
night of October 9. Nash 1b the
man who gave "Will Warren a trusty
the money to purchase two knives,
which were afterwards made Into
sawB..aud by his acts, Warren is to
serve a term of fr.nu one to five
years in tho Eddy villa penitentiary,
aiding prisoners to make their es
cape. Sometime ago Jailer received a
"tip" that Nash was working at a
stave null near Seiiatli, Mo., aud
employed Deputy Marshal Nichols
to go after him paying all expenses
of the trip, as the government maue
no provision for expenses of this
As soon as NaBh serves out his
seuteuce for "bootlegging" he will
be arrested on a warrant sawing out
of jail. OweiiBboro Inquirer.
t Church Notes
X. E. Church Soath
Tho day was ideal ' last Sabbath
and the puople of Ea.rllugton took
advantage of their 'opportunity to
attend the service of the day at the
Methodist church, large congrega
tion greeted the pastor at both
morning and evening service. Tho
Sabbath School was tho best in
every respost for this conference
year up the this time.
Thero was one addition to the
church at the evening service..
II apt lit CoBTBBtiea
The annual meeting of the
General Association ofKentucky
Baptists convene in Madisonville
today and will remain in seseion
assuresfor throe days. Delegates and
visitors from all sections of the
state are in attendance. Com
mittees appointed by D. W. Gat
lin will take care of this body.
A meeting of this kind means
much to the city. The meeting
will be hold in the Christian
Mr. aud Mrs. Howard Brazeltm
entertained in a charming way the
teachers of the city school at their
lovely little Bungalo on East Mam,
Monday afternoon from four to six.
During the social hours a delicious
salad luncheon was served.
uuoBte greatly enjoyed tho
epeut with tho hoot and hosteBB in
their, uew home.
For the past four mouths we have h'adja Burfeit of ones and de
nunciations concerning the high coot, offiivinp:. Every politician
appealing to a pop'ular audience was ready to explain the reason
why food and other necessaries of life wJi(e sf.llins higher than ever
before in times of peace, Each
ently1 m'nerally to suit the viewpoint represented bv his socalled
political principles.' Ff w of them ever js.e'em to have hit upon the
moat obvious reasons. , '.
It would seem natural when price? of food advance that consump
tiou was obviously outgrowing prolnctinn7,S.nd politician familiar
with tho history of our export trade uiiirjit b able to rSach th
conclusion that we were raisins: an insufficient surplus, and that a
few years ujio, when we were enjoying low prices, a large surplus
was being sent abroad, instead of discovering: that our consumers
are attributing high prices to artificia'rnanipulation, trusts, trans
portation monopolies aud other forms of 'commercial machinery
grouped iu the general class of special .interests.
It hns been-a-itmg time since DeairSvlft preached this gospel :
"Aud he gave it as his opinion, .that whoever would
make two ears of corn, or two blades bf grass, to grow on
a spot of ground, where only one had grown before, would
deserve bettet of mankind, and do more essential service
to Iiis' country, than the whole race of politicians put to
Crop statistics show that the average yiel 1 Of grain per. acre in
the U itt'ed States is 40 per cent, less thin it is in Eng
land in the worst sensons: aud is in the neighborhood of 50 per
ceut. less than upon the Continent.
toes per acre iu this country is not more than 30 per cent, of that
in Germany. Such illustrations could, bo carried out through the
entire list of agricultural products.
try to aid to the farmer's wealth
cost of living, is to malco better
possess. Wa have plenty of farm land under cultivation to pro
vide not only for our overgrown urban papulation, but tor many
If there were as much attention paid- by our oratorical states
men co preaching iucreased crops through better farming, as there
is to denouncing special interests, the high cost of living would
disaDnear more raDidlv. Wall Street Journal.
Bro Walter Martin did not fill
his appointment, at Suthard's
Chapel on the first Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. O. O. Woodruff and
daughter Ruth spent Saturday in
Eirlington with Mrs. John Can
sler. Mr. J. H. Finley and family
epeut Suuday at J. I. Morgan's.
Miss Bonuie Suthard called on
Hath Oausler Friday afternoon.
G. Oranor and family spent
Sunday at Pete Utloy'e.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Laffoon
speut Saturday night and Sunday
with the iatter's parents Mr. aud
Mr6. Dallas Kirkwood.
Mr. Jesse Qaalls and brother
Glover called on friends at this
Mr. T. B. and G. W. Hanks
spent Mondu)uight with David
Mrs. Elvie Chandler is still
Miss 0'n a. Belle Lnffonn spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Miss Nona Howell,
Miss Bertha Laffoou spent
Wednesday with Ruth Oansler.
There w"a quite a crowd from'
here went O'Pussum hnntiug
Tuesday night, those encluded
were'Mr. Ruby Laffoon aud wife,
Mrs. G. Oranor aud daughter Es
sie. Misses Bertha, Minnie and
Belle Laffoou, Ruth Oansler,
Dexter and Oordie Liffoon,
Beacham aud Aubra Gamblin.
Although there were no o'pos
sum's caught everyone reported
a nice time.
Mrs. W. E Trover and daugh
ter Vera Lillian spent Wednes
day with her mother Mrs. B. I.
Mrs. J. H. Finley spent Tues
day with Mrs. O. O. Woodruff.
Miss Ruth Oansler spent Tuefg
day night with Misses Bertha
and Minuie Laffoon.
Mrs. Jim Todd called on Mrs.
J. H. Finley Thursday evening,
I Mrs. J. H. aud Mrs. Sidney
j Laffoon spent Thursday wih the
family of Book Laffoon .
Miss Bertha Laffoon is spend-i
And ' Prices.
doctor .diacnosed the case differ
The average growth of pota
What we need iu this coun
androdo away with the high
use oft the natural advantages we
i fjt ,
ing a Jfew
days with her sister
MtD 'nJVici T.o flPorwi
' Mrs.' O. 0. Woodruff aud
daughter Ruth called on Mrs. J.
H. Finlo-y Thursday.
0. 0. Woodruff aud Burt Bak
er made a business trip to Madi
Mr. Garnett Todd, of Provi
dence, is visiting his parents Mr
and Mrs. W. N. Todd.
Mrs. Lee Todd made a busi
ness trip to EuHington Thurs
We are proud
to show you our new invoice
They are so fresh and appetizing.
The ribbons and colors are so
stylish and attractive.
They will look so well and so
hospitable on the parlor table
though they last longer in a
They do taste so good,
Come in and see them.
You can't resist them and. you
won't want to.
St. Bernard Mining Co.-
GOOD WORK OF
Abe Osborn's House Gutted
With Flames But Part Left
HERBERT GARRETT'S HOME ALSO
DAMAGED TO SLIGHT EXTENT.
A suppertnne fire last night again
proved tin eillclenoy of the Earl
ington Fire Department and water
B.vstem to the complete Bathfacfion
of the many people who visited the
scene on McEuen Ave. near Loch
Mary and saw the flames that en-
.voloped. an entire dwelling quickly
'extinguished, a portion of the hOUse
saved and adjoining property pro-
The home of Abe Oaborn, one of
oui oldest and most respected col
ored citizens burst out in fl.imos
shortly before seven o'clock and
burned like tinder. Sarah, the wife,
telephoned the alarm and the whis
tle Bounded at once, the department
wagon and Are fighters arrivinir in
short order. The pressure was fine.
from a fire pln.t In front of the house,
whern 100 foot lengths of hose reach
ed the flames, and It took several
men to hold tho big Are nozzles un
der the great pressure. Herbert
Garrett's house, standing next, wb
blazing on the side, but one pwlpo of
the hose fixed that aud all attention
was directed to the Osborn bouBe
Several other residents moved out
household goods under unnecessary
fear that always possesses persons
in the neighborhood of a fire. Both
houses damaged were insured.
MISS FOX EETIRES FROM PRO
FESSIONAL WORK FOR A TIM1
Is Succeeded by Miss Mary Median as
. ProfeuJoMl Nureat St. Bernard
MIbb Robo Fox has severed her
con lection with the St. Bernard Min
ing Co and will go this week to her
home in Louisville for a rest of some
two montbB .or more. Her goiug
brings expressions .of sincere re
gret from many quarters in Ear
lington. Through her several years
of Bervtce as professional nurse at
St. Bernard Hospital, aud in many
Earlington bouses, she haB endeared
ed herself greatly to our people, who
if they coul deoide the matter would
retain bor indefinitely.
Misa Fox' duties have been ard
uous and the necessity tor rest has
induced her to abandon fsr a time
her good work and to spend a while
with her kinfolks at home. Miss
Mary Meehun, whose native home
was in Couuty Galway on tho West
cpast of Ireland, has been installed
as Mips Fox' successor and haB for
some days been performing the du
ties of her new position. Miss Mee
hau is a graduate of the same school
for nurses, in Louisville, whore Miss
Fox received her training.
. Dally Thought.
Such aB are thy habitual tuouchte,
luch also will be tho character of thy
nilud, for the soul Ib 'Jyod by us
thoughts. Marcus Aureilus.
Results of .Election on Latest Returns.
Roosevelt ..... .77
Ta'ft '. 8
Doubtful (Califs, and Tdaho) 17
Roosevelt..'.: ....... ...... . 3,850.708
Taffc..'. .'.,.'.., 8,829,840
tTobs .'...r. 832.700
Chalin '.."., 801,570
Doubtful (Idaho and Calif.).
Pleasant Social Evening
At the homo of Mrs. Wright on
Farrpn Avenue Friday evening Mrs
Wright and Mrs. Rogers entertained
in a most pleasing manner a number
of the ladles and a few favored (?)
gentlemen at a social tea, the pro
ceeds to be used on tho new parson
age. Charade's was one of the enter
taining features of the evening caus
ing much guessing aDd fun, a dln
ty Blad course was served.
Grecian Troops Capture City of.
CAPITAL IS IN DANGER
London, Nov. 9. Another mlle
etone in the victorious Bweep of the
Balkan allies was tho Greeks? entry
into Salonika,- which meanB nlmost
as much to tho Greeks jxa the cap
ture of UbkUD bv the Sfirvifttia.
There 25.000 Turks irave n nrrria
and were paroled until the end of
the war. The Bulgarians and Ser
vians have taken another importatifc
seaport, Kavala, an important town
bf the railway to Constantinople
Adrianople holds: out but' near
Constantinpoie, Nazlm Pasha's po
sition Beems hopeless, it appearing
that tho Bulgarians havd gained his
rear. Mr. and Mrs. Brazelton Entertains Ih'tr
Faculty of the CHy School
Aa'an expresBiou of their per
sonal friendship for the individ
uals and an evidence of the sym
pathetic interest of their home
in th$ work of the School Mr,,
and MrB. Howard J. Brazelton
entertained the faculty of the
Earlington Graded School infor
mally at their new home on main
street Monday afternoon from
four to six. In order to "Ohase
dullcare away" and to enable
them to foruet aB neurly as pos
sible the tails of .the day each-'
was asked to tell some accident
amuRJnffdx pathetic, happening,
in the day of their childhood.
These afforded moch amusement
as some of them were most thrill
ing aud revealed the facfc that
we have among us some good
story tellers. In this and other
ways the time passed all too
swiftly, Mrs. Brazelton proving,
herself a charming hostess. ' A
delightly and well apponted sal
ad course luncheon was served
The favors were carnations and
roses. Those present were lJrof. '
and Mrs. O. E. Dudley, Misses
Mothershead', Howard iemp,
Huffaker, VilBon, Siek, Lackey
Post Card of Santa Barbara Cat.
Ten post cards of Santa Barbara
Cat., and ouo valuable household re
ceipt sent post paid to any address
for twenty-five conts.
H. O. TRABE.
1123 San Fasqual St.
Santa Barbara, Ool.
There aro over 1,000 Democrats In
Hopkins county who road the Semi
Weekly Bee aud a nunihor of them
read no other paper. It might bo
well fur the various candidates to
run their announcements in the
Semi-weekly Bee if they wish for the
supp'ort and vo'teB ut tluKt- readers.
Full feathered Geese
7 cents pound.
Plucked.Geese ... 5c pound.
Chicken Hens 8 cents
pound for this week only.
W. J. KIRK
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